World Customs – Amazing and Unusual Kitchens


The kitchen is arguably the most important room in a house. At least, many cultures believe this. That means you have to be very careful when you design and install your new kitchen, in order to include all features that would enable you to cook your regular dishes to perfection. We think you may be interested in taking a look at several options various types of kitchens offer you. This article will hopefully help you design the perfect kitchen.

Italian

When most people think about an Italian kitchen, they probably imagine civil engineering of sorts with the huge pizza stoves and the long-handled pizza peels among various other utensils and pieces of equipment such as cooking ovens, fryers, grills, stoves and boilers. The Italian cuisine uses crocodile and kangaroo in Sydney, minced mutton and ginger in India, as well as nuts, blueberry and poultry. Even though pizza is a traditional Italian dish it has become popular in most countries of the world. Apparently, 5 million pizzas are sold each year, so you can rest assured those pizza stoves will live a long life for many years to come.

Indian

Indian cuisine is famous all over the world, thanks to its flavours and intriguing dishes. In India, the kitchen is considered one of the most important areas in the house. Interesting enough, India has a special thing to celebrate, which is the biggest solar kitchen in the world. This impressive machine cooks at unbelievable temperatures of 650 degrees, and it can prepare almost 40,000 meals a day during the best sunlight periods. This is some impressive energy efficiency, wouldn’t you think so?

Japanese

The Japanese Teppanyaki is the best place to start from. For your information, you can find a division of the famous Benihana Teppanyaki restaurant near Saint Paul in Birmingham. Teppanyaki is a great choice, as it offers you a seamless fine dining experience, starting with the traditional Japanese bowing you’re welcomed with, to the exquisite hotplates prepared on the spot after the orders are taken. You’ll be impressed by the 6in tanto knife and by the movements of the chef handling this tool and the other utensils in the kitchen.

Moroccan

How would you like to cook in an outdoor-centred kitchen? In Morocco, as well as in other African and Asian cultures, people use cooking sets or earth stoves. The basic construction consists of a hole in the earth that contains the heat, thus being an excellent method of cooking or steaming foods. Everything starts with the creation of a fireplace. The fire is left to burn into a smoulder. Once this process comes to an end, the food is protected and put into this oven, where it cooks for several hours. These earth stoves are extremely efficient, thus contributing to the lowering of the carbon footprint. Besides, slow-cooked food is absolutely delicious, the perfect comfort food your soul craves for.

Chinese

China’s most unusual kitchen surely deserves a place in this amazing top. The classic Oriental kitchen includes steamers, stoves and stockpot cookers. However, the Robot Eatery Kitchen in Harbin is unusual due to the fact that the cooks are mainly bots. All raw ingredients are stored in cupboards. The push of a button activates the preparation of the plate. One of the four cook bots is assigned this task, so it starts preparing the dish. Once the preparation is finished, another machine bot takes the meal and serves it to the customer who has ordered it. In addition, a singing robot helps to create an entertaining atmosphere for an enjoyable dining experience.

These are several unusual kitchen customs from around the world. You can use some of these ideas at home, provided that you design your kitchen properly. It’s easy to offer your family tasty and exotic meals whenever you want.